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THfa SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1900.
LACKAWANNA COUNTY.
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CARBONDALE.
CLOSED FOB FIVE YEARS.
After InenKfnst yoHtPiduy the Hotel
Anthracite was closed as a hfttol for
five years, In ueconlunee with un
nirrooinent between the Anthrnultc
riml Improvement company nnil the
"Williams Ui others, proprietors of Hotel
American. The har nnd billiard rooms
will still be open to the public nntl'tho
bmii'dert Who have inndu their homos
at the Anthracite for Home time will
continue, to room there. The second
nnd fourth floors will hi' dosed entire
ly, but the third tloor will be kept open
for their use nnd thnt nt others who
mat,' wish apartment. Kdward Clark
son, treasurer of the Anthracite Im
provement company, will move his of
fice there. Proprietor Fox will remain
inllie city for some time yet, but Mr.
nnd Mrs, lloblnson vacated their iiuar
tcrs in the hotel yesterday.
MRS. LYNADY DIES.
At halt past six yostordnV morning
typhoid pneumonia ended the life of
Mrs. Michael Lynndy, of DuiulufC
street. She was born in this city nnd
had always lived hero, and was well
known to a large number of Cnrbon
dallnns. She was a good Christian wo
man and her life was characterized by
many kindly deeds. She was a daugh
ter of 'Mr. and ..Irs Bernard Iirydon,
who are umonrr the pioneer residents
of this city nnd widely known among
the older inhabitants. Besides the
parents nnd husband, six children, the
oldest fifteen nnd the youngest two
years of age, survive. The children
nre: Gregory. James, Timothy, Ralph.
Beatrice and Joseph. There is also one
sister, Mrs. A. F. Cooke, of this city.
SELECT COUNCIL IN SESSION.
Select council met last evening nnd
decided to pay Giles . Loveland the
balance of $1,217.'J2 on the surface sewer
contract. The resolutions from com
mon council for the Improvement of
Battle avenue and the notiilcation of
the -Consolidated Water company to
lower pipes on the "West Side were con
curred in. The one for grading Ninth
avenue was referred. A sewer remon
strance from South Church street resi
dents was rend and the ordinance pro
viding for the work was killed. Co
lumbias requisition was granted with
'the exception of items for chandelier
and locks and keys. They were re
ferred to the building committee. A
requisition from the solicitor for mlle
nge .book for transportation of wit
nesses in the Hughes case was granted.
OIFTS TO FATHER COFFEY.
I In addition to the 'beautiful silver
service received by Very Reverend
Father T. F. Coffey on the twenty
lifth anniversary of his ordination, was
a magnificent sum from the following
.societies: St. Rose T. A. B., $.10; St.
Boniface society, $2.1; Pioneer Father
Mathew, $100; St. Patrick's society,
Knights of Father Mathew, $100;
Knights of Father Mathew, $150; La
dles' Catholic Benevolent association,
$100; Women's Catholic Benevolent le
gion, $100; Catholic Mutual Benevolent
association, $100; Ancient Order of Hi
bernians, Division, No. 5, $123; Young
Men's Institute, $100; Knights of Co
lumbus, $200; total, $1,150.
TEACHERS' SALARIES RAISED.
School board met last night and dis
posed of a lot of uninteresting routine
work. Not a word was said about the
Nolan settlement. The salary of Pio
fessor I.eshor, acting principal, was
raised $22.50 for September nnd that of
his assistant, Wilson Geary, $20. The
rise will not hold tlnough October un
less they continue in the capacities
in which they are now working.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Miss Glva Dow, of Nineveh, N. T.,
who has been spending spveral weeks
with her sister, Mrs. AV. U. Copeland,
of Canaan street, will return home
Thursday.
Mesdames ir. C. Wheeler and Mattle
Hughes Brown spent yesterday after
noon nnd evening in Scranton, inciden
tally witnessing the performance of
"A Woman's Way" at the Lyceum.
Mrs. Peter Hetzel, of South Canaan,
tailed on Carbondale friends yesterday.
t, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Chapman, of
sWIddlqtown, are spending a week with
relatives in this city.
' Miss Charlotte Reynolds has returned
to Forest City.
The jury cat on "Gibraltar" yester
day afternoon. In other words, they
viewed the premises of Reese Hughes,
on Salem avenue, to enable them to
determine how much he will be benefit
'ed or damaged by tho bringing of the
sidewalk to tho street grade.
Owing to tho threatening weather
only about thirty persons went on tho
rlo excursion train to Blnghamton
.Sunday.
J. V. 'Myers and Miss Kathryno
'Pldgcon were married yesterday morn
ing at Windsor, N. Y. The groom Is
a brakeman on the Delaware and Hud
son road and tho bride has been n
saleslady at Jonus Long's Sons' stores
jn Scranton, They nre spending their
honeymoon with the groom's parents
In JemlHon City, Columbia county.
The municipal water committee met
, Uifat night and talked over plans fou
the coming campaign.
The Cycle club's smoker was a great
success.
Why Experiment On Yourself
With remedies of doubtful utility when
you fan get Chmnborlaln's Cough
Remedy, whloh has stood tho test of
time? Twonty-flvo yeais' sale and uso
have proven that lemedy to tn u
prompt and certain cute for colds, it
will euro a cold In a day if taken as
soon as tho cold has been contnrtert
nnd before It has settled In tho system.
Sold by all druggists, Matthews Bros.,
wholesale and retail ngents.
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OLYPHANT.
A a meeting of Olyphant lodge, No.
P81, Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, held In their rooms in the SwOe
noy building last evening, tho follow
ing nfllcers were installer by District
Deputy a. Mt Hughes, of C'mbondale:
tsa evem wuivian.
O BSttUej news a rallatla, monthly, rtf tUtlog taodlalai. Onlr h wmlMi tad
A tho purest drugiabould be bio4, If jrou want the but, gt
fc fl Pnal's Pannuraual PHI
KTV-.rf.SrlelraroProuiP'i,f0'"'dccrUlnlnreult. ""
Vfl' ,Torniima(Dr. IaljovcrIsmol Bold for tl.CO iter has.
Fdr 6aU by JOHN H. PHELPS,
.Spruce street.
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Noble grand, Benjamin Williams; vice
Rinnd, Thomas A. Telford! secretary,
Samuel mown; assistant secretary, D.
.t, Coleman! treasurer, Thomas H.
Hrown.
The first number of The Lncknwanna
Hchool News, a monthly Journal, was
received by the tencherw of this town
yesterday. The purpose of the punr-r
is to give nn account of the work
ilom In the schools of the different
districts nnd of the progress made by
the pupils. Tho September number
contains ninny excellent suggestions
to tho teachers. Prof. M. W. Cum
tulngs, of this place, Is one of Its
cditort.
Prof, George Walklngshaw, of Provi
dence wan a caller In town yesterduy.
Miss Ktta Hobnn has gone to Marsh
wood, where she has nccepted a posi
tion ns night school tenchor.
The regulnr meeting of tho Baptist
Young People's union will he hold In
tho Susquehanna Street Baptist church
this evening. Isaac D. Clrllllthi will
lend the meeting. The topic will be
"The History of the American Baptist
Publication Society and Its Works."
All nre welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Tlnrnden spent
Sunday with relatives at Carbondnle.
Mlssen Katie Loftui nnd Mary Ro
gnn are spending the week at Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davis, Mrs.
James Feeeley and Tommy Feoloy
have returned from an extended visit
nt Itosondnlo, Wis.
Mrs. D. J, Davis, of Blakely, is
visiting her mother at Plymouth.
David Evans, of West Scranton, vis
ited relatives here over Sunday.
The public night school wns opened
for tho fall term last evening.
David Griffith, of Wayinart, is the
guest of relatives In Blakely.
TAYLOR NEWS.
Coming Fair and Festival Foot Ball
Team Organized Eisteddfod Pro
gramme Other News.
The members of Lackawanna lodgs,
No. 113, American Protestant associa
tion, are preparing to hold a fair nnd
festival in November in Weber's rink.
Many booths will be erected, at which
fancy articles and other notions will be
disposed of, Ice cream and candy will
also be on sale. Tho object of the en
terprise Is to secure funds to replenish
the lodge treasury, which has been
ebbing for some time, owing to a lui?e
amount of sickness and deaths.
A foot ball team has been organized
among our muscular young men. It
comprises eleven members, the best
selected from both of last year's teams,
and will adopt the same name, the
Alumnis. The members of the team
have secured the services iof Richard
Gendall, the talented quarterback, for
merly of the Wyoming seminaryand
Syracuse university, who will in all
likelihood take a similar position on
the team. Ho will give them a vigor
ous course of tralnlhg, and as soon as
proficiency is attained by the team,
championship games will be arranged
and played in this town. The make
up of the team thus far is as follows:
Owens, left end; Tubbs, left guard;
Ilnmmon, left tackle; P. Jordan, cen
ter; J. Evans, right guard; Miller,
right tackle; F. Jordan, right end:
Gendall, quarterback; Stone, left half
back; P. Evans, right halfback; How
ells, fullback.
Local union, No. 1013, United Mine
Workers of America, will meet as usual
this afternoon In their rooms in Bas
liam's hall. All membeis nre requested
to be present.
Extensive preparations are now
under way for an eisteddfod to be held
in tho Welsh Congregational church
here on Christmas day. The chief
choral competition will be on Handel's
"Round About the Starry Throne," for
a party of mixed voices, not less than
thirty In number, for a prize of $30, and
a handsome chair to tho leader. A prize
of $10 Is offered for the best rendition
of children's chorus on "Sing Unto tlm
Lord," contained in Gospel hymns. Tho
double quartette competition will be
on Woodward's "The Radiant Morn,"
for a prize of $8. Other competitive
numbers will be as follows: Duet,
"Larboard Watch," prize $3; bass solof
"Noble Boy of Truth," prize $2; read
lupr music at first sight, four in num
ber, prize $1; solo, for poisons over
fifty years of age, "Brynia Cassia,"
prize $1; solo, for children under fif
teen yeais of age, "Are Your Win
dows Open Towards Jerusalem?" prizes
$1 and 50 cents. There will also be a
prize of $3 offered for the best essay
in English or Welsh -on "A Mother's
Influence on Society." Impromptu de
bates, speeches, etc., will also be added
to tho programme. Additional num
bers will be published later, and also
tho numes of the adjudicators, accom
panist nnd secretary.
Thomas Jonus, son of Mrs. T. L.
Jones, of this town, and formerly a
cleik In Sanderson's drug store at
Scranton, left yesterday for the Buf
falo Pharmaceutical college, where he
will tuke up tho study of drugs, etc.
Lackawanna lodge, No, 18, American
Protestant Ladles' association, will
meet In session this evening.
Councilman James, of Scranton, was
a business caller here yesterday.
Mrs. Robert Inglls, of Yntesvllle, wns
tho guest of Miss Janet Inglls yester
day. The Sterling Social club conducted a
largely attended social last evening In
Weber's link.
Lll lodge, No, 330, Independent Or
der of Odd Fellows, will meet and In
stall oflleers this evening.
ELMHURST.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Pelton, of Mos
cow, weto tho guests of Mr. and Mrs,
Bryan Buckingham on Sunday,
Piof. ?,' H, Curtis, of Susquehanna,
spent last Thursday with Prof. Rogers,
Mr. A, B. Williams returned homo
on Saturday evening, after a week's
business trip through soma of the Now
England states.
Mr. Blttenbander nnd family return
ed to Scranton on Monday, after
spending tho .summer here,
Forty-two children have Joined iho
"Gleaner Bnnd" which bus been or
ganized by Rev. V, I, Prey, and
meets every Saturday afternoon from
3 tp 4 o'clock ut the Baptist church,
Mrs, J, J. Rankin will speak nt tun
county convention of tho Women's
PharmacUt, ccr, Wyoming avenue and
Christian Temperance Union, which
will be held In Moscow today.
Mrs. P. I, Prey Is doing evangelistic
work In Susquehanna county.
Mrs. Mnchetto nnd family moved to'
Scranton yesterday, where they, will
make their homo In tin future. They
will bo missed by a Inrge circle of
friends,
Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Clay enjoyed a''
drive to Scranton yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. ,1, J. Rankin returned last week
from a two weeks' visit with relatives
at Newnrlc, N. J.
Rev. M, Lee, of Carbondnle, will
preach In the Presbyterian church on
Sunday next, In the ubsenco of the
pastor.
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JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
Mrs. Mnry Osborne and family, of
Main street, who for a number of years
have been residents of this borough,
will shortly move to Candor, near Os
wego, N. Y.
A street car, In charge of Motormun
Loe nnd Conductor Fnrrell, Jumped the
trnck, Sunday evening, a short dis
tance north of the Ontario and West
ern yard crossing nt Mayflold. After
leaving1 the track tho enr wont nearly
a hundred feet nnd swerved right
across the road before It could be
stopped. A number of passengers were
badly frightened. Two of them, Mrs.
V. R. Hnss nnd Miss Mamie Cavcney,
both of this borough, suffered severely
from shock, and were attended by Dr.
P. C. Manley, of Mnyfleld.
George Wademan nnd family, of
Peckvllle, have moved Into one of Mr.
Philip Baker's houses on Main street.
Tho borough has unothcr suit on at
court this week.
Thomas Miller, of Mnyfleld, while
working in the woods at HeVrlck Cen
ter a few days ago, cut himself severe
ly on the leg with an axe, and will be
confined to his home for some time ns
a consequence. ,
Mrs. Mozart Lewis, of Mayfleld, Is
convalescent, after a severe illness of
pneumonia.
John Median and Owen and Michael
McAndrew left on Saturday evenlns
for Buffalo, N. Y.
Hon. P. E. Timlin attended tho
funeral of the late Mrs. William Mo
Nulty, ut Carbondale, yesterday after
noon. Miss Margaret Mutlnney, of Scran
ton, is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. P.
E. Timlin, of Main street.
The Mayflold council, which usually
meets -on tho first Monday of each
month, failed to meet last night.
airs. Robert Merrick and son, of
Providence, are visiting friends here:
Misses Kate and B. Gallagher, of
Scianton, spent Sunday here with
friends.
BRADFORD COUNTY.
Special (o tlio Scranton Tribune
Towandn, Oct. 1. The Towanda fire
men will hold their annual parade on
Oct. 11.
The Red Men of Athens and Towan
da are preparing for a grand time at
this place on Thursday evening, Oct.
IS, at which time a parade will be an
attractive feature.
A Bryan and Stephenson club has
been organized at Troy.
D. E. Glltner, of East Waverly, met
with an accident near Sayre which
caused death. He was struck by a
train and had both legs cut off. He
was 45 years old and married.
Several Bradford county people at
tended a meeting of the Christian and
Missionary Alliance last Friday and
Saturday. "
W. T. Davies and E. F. Klzer have
gone on a prospecting trip to the Pa
cific coast.
Li. Hendelman has accepted a posi
tion with the General Electric com
pany, at Schenectady, N. Y.
Report is current that the Lehigh
Valley pay car will ,soon be abolished
and that the pay will be given out by
the different agents along the line.
The Towanda water supply has Just
been examined by Dr. R. Slee, of Still
water, Pa.
The teachers' Institute will convene
at Hale's opera house next Monday and
close on Friday evening. Superintend
ent Putnam has arranged for the even
ing programme us follows: Monday
evening, Miss Gill, assisted by Ger
manla band; Tuesday evening, lecture
by Rev. Russell H. Conwell; Wednes
day evening, lecture by William Haw
lay Smith; Thursda" evening, musical
entertainment by tho Ariel Sextette;
Friday evening Hon. Bob Taylor, of
Tennessee, will give a lecture.
Warrants were Issued Saturday for
the county fair directors and mana
gers, charging them with nllowlng
gambling on their grounds last week.
Morris Congdon and Mrs. Peter Al
len attended a relative's funeral at
Punxsutawney, Sunday.
The North Branch Unlversallst as
sociation meeting will be held In Tow
anda this week Wednesday and Thurs
day. At the annual meeting of the Quar
ry Glen club on Saturday the following
officers were chosen: President, G. W.
Blackman; vice-president, B, T. Halo;
secretary and treasurer, C. B. Porter;
directors, J. W. Codding, C. L. Tracy.
A banquet followed.
S. P. O'Donnell, of Bradford, will put
down a well at Durrell Center for the
Black Diamond Oil nnd Gns company,'
BASE BALL.
The National league base lull season h fast
coming to a close and piddle interest Is now
centered in the fight between PItUburg ami
Biookljn for tho pennant. Hail It not been for
tho Piiatcs' horrible slump in diopnliur everJl
Lr.mui. to tho despised Cincinnati Beds, Clarke
uiul his men would haw linl :i good chance to
piss tin- Suptibas in the early part uf tills week.
However there Is tlnio yet. lesterdav's gami'4
lean' llrouUjn thirty-two points In the leul.
.Ml of (he lint division teams ate tightly
burr-lied, nul the four toil emlers ore also i1ho
trgethn ultli gonial .nd.v KiceJniaii'x Cilaum
lulruhiff up lire rear, 'llio a(ragea follow;
Won. Lost I'.C.
llrouhhn 77 fil Ml
1'ltUburK 74 67 ..'!
Philadelphia , 70 CO ,5.13
lloston , ni Cl .Mil
Chlcugo ,,, ,.,, ...... CJ 7(1 ,170
Kt. I.onU , M 70 ,1,17
f'lneliirutl M 11 ,410
New York ! S3 73 .IC-i
At Brooklyn (first tame)- It. II. K.
lloston 100 1 0200 00 1-1 a u
Uiookhn 0 00 2 0 0 0 0 I 0 0-3 8 i
ll.it tvrles Nichols nml Chile; MUilnnley and
I'arrcll. Umpire Humt.
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Hobton .,,, ,.,0110000-0 :: o
llrookhn 'J0O0 2U-5 11 1
Datterlej-WIHU and Clarl.o; Kennedy and
Parrcll. Umpire Hurst.
At New York- n. II. K.
I'lilUilcIphh ,.. ,,,0 1,100 0 00 0-5 11 1
New York ,,,,..,,, ,0 r0 3 0 0 0 0 0-2 11 3
Batteries Donahue a.id McFjrlind; GirrlcU,
Mtrccr and drady. Umpire Snyder.
At Clifcairn H. II. E.
st. r.ouij ,..., (ii ooooo to a o i
C'hlCDKO ..,,..,.,,.. ,1 0 0 1 0 002 x-4 7 2
flatteries Jone nnd Crluer; Kamn and Dona
hue. Umpire O'Day,
Pittsburg Cincinnati, not lUiululcd.
ANNOUNCEMENTS OF
THE RAILROADS
$5.00 to Niagara rails nnd Return
via tho Lehigh Vnllejr Railroad
October 0, 1000.
Tickets will be on Mlo October 6th,
limited for return pansnge to October
8th, Inclusive, and wilt be honored on
any train except tho Black Diamond
express. For further Information, con
sult Lehigh Valley ticket ngents.
TIcketB on sale nt Lshlfili Valley city
ticket ofTlce, M! Lackawanna avenue,
Scranton, Pa.
State Firemen's Convention, Mew
Castle, Fa.
Delegates from Scranton and vicinity
will leave for New Castle at 1,10 a, m.
October 1, via D.. L. & W. and Buffalo.
Faro $10.fi5 for the round trip, on card
orders. Tickets will be sold, good go
ing, September 29 to October 4, Inclus
ive, for nil trains. Good to return on
or before October 8, Inclusive. Stop
off privilege within limit of ticket will
be permitted nti Buffalo, to enable dele
gates to visit Niagara Falls.
Bomeseekers' Excursions.
On the first and third Tuesdays In
each month during 1000, from Chicago
via Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
railway, to points In Iowa, South and
North Dakota, Minnesota, Montana,
Colorado, Utah, Nebraska, Oregon nnd
Washington at the rate of one fare
plus two dollars for the round trip,
good 21 days. For further Informa
tion call on or address W. E. Howell,
G. 13. P. a., 381 Brodway, New York,
or John R. Pott, D. P. A., 48G William
street, Wllllamsport, Pa. .
South Dakota and Wyoming.
Special excursion tickets will be sold
from Chicago via Chicago, Milwaukee
and St. Paul railway, on August 21st,
Sept. 4th and ISth, to Deadwood.Spear
fish, Rapid City and Custer, S. D., and
to Casper and Sheridan, Wyo., at one
fare plus 2 for the round trip. Good
to return until Octfber 31st, 1900. Stop
overs allowed west of Omaha. For fur
ther Information call on or address W.
S. Howell, G. E. P.' A., 381 Broadway,
New York, or John R. Pott, D. P. A.,
48C William St., Wllllamsport, Pa.
Colorado and Utah.
Special excursion tickets to Denver,
Colorado Sprlngs.Pueblo and Glenwood
City and Ogden, Utah, will be sold
from Chicago via Chicago, Milwaukee
and St. Paul railway, on August 21st
and September 4th and 18th, 1900, at
rate of one fare plus $2 for the round
trip. Good to return until October
31st, 1900.
For further Information call on or
address W. S. Howell, G. E. P. A., 381
Broadway, New York, or Jno. R. Pott,
D. P. a., 486 William St., Wllllams
port, p0.
THEATRICAL.
ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK.
Lyceum.
Oct. 2 Hnnloni in "I.c Vojage en SIse."
Academy of Muse.
All week The Don Ton Stock company.
Gaiety.
T.at Three Pays Little Hsypl Burlesque com
pany. "A Woman's Way."
.lolly May Irwin, she of the irresistible smile
and the coon sun,;, made Tier annual Iilt to
Scianton yesterday, and last night with the
assistance of her company presented "A Wo
man's W'C" at the Ljccuni. The house was
ei uudecl, it alwayt is 'when Miss Irwin is the
attnctlnn.
"A Woman's Waj" is the new comedy tli.it
will he nn Incident to Miss Irwin's Matte ap
pearances thia reason. It's liy (lien McDonousli
mid was written stilctly aa a chicle to exploit
Misa Irwin, nnd is now on tour, being whipped
into blupe for the star's New York season.
Theie is plenty of May Irwin in the comedy and
the humor Is abundant without being too subtle.
The chauctcr of Miss Ariel Smith, shieh Mlvs
Irwin la cast for, fits her as well as her gowns
and those who s.iv Lot-, last night will realizi
what that means. Shu sang a half dozen nen
coon songs, as only .May liwln can, and oeiy
one of them was encorci) again and airain. One
of them in particular raucjht the fancy of the
ti'idiencp. It uis "Southern Queen" and job
will hear it whistled extensively around town
today. Miss Invln'd stage humor Is of the in
fectious hind and she had the audience laugh
ing with her fiom the moment she appeared in
the first (act.
Not often does a women who stars In very
light comedy suriound herself with such a gal
ay of fop liners as Miss Irwin lias in her com
pany this season The notables are: Keorge
A. lleane, llaymond Hitchcock, II. II. fiiuliam,
Jacques Kruger, licit Thayer and Queenle Vassal-.
"A Woman'H Way" furnishes an enjoyable
evening's entertainment and will run a race
for popularil) with the other plajs In whieli
the star lias appeared during recent years.
Leyburne'a Stock Company.
The lion Ton Stock company, headd by the
popular comedian, Charles I.ej burn,1, ami the
young and putty souhrrtte, Miss Kuinia Hunt
ing, opened a week's engagement at the Acad
emy of Music last night. Tho house was erowded
to ouMllimlnij mid the audience left tho the
ater well pleased with the peiforinance. The
pine pioduccd was Mark Swan's great play,
"'Ihe Princess of Patches."
Mlvs Hunting was seen to advantage in th
title tole and placed the part with cuUlte
tante and ability, being ery pretty and winsome,
It did not take her long to become a favorite
with tho people. Chailet f.ejburne, ai the phil
osopher, was ury funny and kept tho audience
ina tin moll of shouts and laughttr all evening,
Ifctry fjnton In the leading role was rry clever,
'flic company throughout, this si.iaou, I far
stinnger than ever before and the specialties In-
trcdmed iluiliu the perfomianec are alone well
worth the price charged for jdiuissiuu. This
afternoon "Ihe FiuuggUi" will lio produced and
tonight "Tin? fllJck 1'Jag" is announced.
"I,e Voyage En Suisse,"
The stury of tha play, "f.e Vojuge en SuUse,"
which will he seen lit tho Lyceum tonight, while
it is slight, immediately opens the way to tho
comical antics and pranks of tin; two servants,
John and llob, who are cjn the btago nearly all
of (ho time. It is, Indeed, a great deal to their
eneigy ami activity thnt tho life of the pleco
depends. Crint care lias been given to the so
lection of tho two artists who have teen engaged
for llie.c most Important loles nnd the mention
uf the names; of Charles (luyer and William
Kiiriulo is a Milllcicnt guarantee! of the excellence
and merit of the entertainment.
Other member of tha cast not mentioned above
Include such excellent people us .Mlene Crater,
Nellie Paly, Marion Shirley, llene Hoffman, lies
Elo ("la j ton, the Celeste Trjo, Itobert llrodcriclr,
Fred Strong, Kdwln If. Currolr; Thomas Hvjiu,
ltaymond Capp, N. M. Herbert and a huge ballet
and chorus. ,
The little Egypt Company,
"The Llttlo llgypt Durlesqueri" will be the
attraction at tho tiaicty commencing Thursday,
Oct. I."! lie show this year I abovethe average
of this st)la of entertainment, being entirely new
in every detail; some extra good specialty acts
will be keen with the two one-act operas.
"Forbidden 1'iult" U the best one-act open
ever put on with this kind of a show, being full
of new songs, new costumes, new scenery sml
grand electric ilTectTi. Little r'gypt lias new
dances fur better than, she has ever done before.
The People's Exchange.
A POPULAR CLEARINO IIOU9K for tha neusflt ot AH Whn
Have Holmes to Kent, Rent Estate op Other Property to
Sell or Exchange, or Who Want Situations or Help-Theto
Small Advertisements Cost One Cent a Word, Six Insertions fur
Five Cents ft Word Except Situation Wanted, Which Ar-s In
serted Free.
FOR RENT.
Ym-ov Avi:.si:, ar.
ratiged for one or two small families', ?"
per month! possession at once. Inquire nt va
IJelnware Btreet,
FonT'nr.NT - toa lackmvanna avenue,
four floors! elevator; best store and loea
tlon In Scranton. i
FOR SALE
NJSWV n, lN
y f fS f
KOIt SAM'. CIIMAl'-A I.10IIT, 4.1'.f.SKNfll'.tt
Coupe Itockawnv-, with pole nnd slutts; nil
In fine order; would suit doctor. Apply to II.
Lnghr, lGl.'V North Washington nvenur.
FOU SM.13-SKVKN Y11AK OM MA11K, CIOOD
looker nnd travcloi; with buggy and harncw,
Addrcsi, 0, Tribune,
WANTEO-TO BUY.
Vv&CODfTboTtANES ;
must be in good order; ttate particulars aa
to make and price. Address, L. M., general de
livery, Scranton, I'a.
runxismnfTioliTKfinfiiNT
HSl Madlon avenue.
ROOMS WANTED.
vfifon:T1fi
light housekeeping; centrally located,
dress, J. V., Williams building, City.
KOIt
Ail.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
VKitv m:sniADLi: hoom, with doahd, at
410 Adams avenue.
wsr.
LOST-SKPI". 10, DIAMOND DA IlltOOCIf.
Liberal rewnnl for return to F. L., Tribune
ollce.
RECRUITS WANTED.
MAItlNE-CORPS UNITED STATUS NAVY ItR
crulta wanted Able-bodied men; service on
our warships in all parts of the world nnd on
land in the rhllipplr.es, when required. Lieu
tenant Colonel B. R. Kusscll, N. W. Corner Lack,
n wanna and Wyoming avenue, Scranton.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN. QUICK,
tralght loans or Building and Loan. At
from 4 to 6 per cent. Call on N. V. Walkei,
314-315 Council building.
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS WILL III: RECEIVKD AT TtfB
olMce of the City Knclnecr, Scranton, i'a ,
until A o'clock p. in., on Thursday, the eleventh
day of October, A. D., 1000, for cleaning and
painting Linden street and Roaring Brook bridges,
according to spccitlcations on file in the office
of the city engineer. Proposals must be for
one (1) and two (2) coats of paint us specified.
Uiddcrs will be required to enclose cash or cer
tiued cluck for tin sum of 2J.OO witli each
proposal.
The city reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. JOSEPH 1'. PHILLIPS',
City Fngineei-.
SnALKD PROPOSALS WILL UK RIICF.IVKI) AT
the office of the city clerk Scranton, Pa.,
until 7.30 o'clock p. m., Thursday, Oct. 11, lhOl).
to construct a sewer system with the necessary
blanches, extensions, connections, basins, man
holes nnd IKturcs as designated and described
on the plans and specifications prepared by tho
city engineer and on file in his office. The said
sewer to commence in Krovc street at the Lack
awanna river; thence along Giova sticet to AI
biipht avenue; also in Albright avenue from
Cruit street to nliey alone- line between Sec
ond and Twentj -first wards, also in above men
tioned alley from Alhiiglit avenu: to Diamond
avenue; aNo in Meade avenue fiom above men
tloreil alley to a point about fio feet Fmith ot
four. s( i erf, also in lllair avenue from tin
above mentioned nliey to n point about SO feet
south of Couit street; also in Diamond avenue
from Piovidencc load fo a point about 1(10 feet
south of Court street; also in alley south of
Ccurt street from Diamond avenue ip a west
cily direction about 100 feet; (hence in u
northerly direction about 200 feet. Kach pro.
posal shall be accompanied by rali or certirle.l
check in the sum of three hundred dollar; as a
guarantee to execute a contract foi the wovk
within (en days from date uf awaid if awarded
the same. The city reserves the right to reject
anv or all bids. Ily order of city councils,
M. T. LAVKLLK. City Clerk.
Sept. 27, WOO.
PEOKVILLB.
Miss Ella Kelcliam Is seriously III of
typhoid fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Mopje Bell, of Taylor,
wore the guests of the former's par
ents. Mr. anil Mrs. William Bell, Sun
day last.
Mrs. Guest and son, Paul, have re
turned to their home In Fleetvllle, after
several weeks spent at the home of
Mrs. Guest's parents, Mr. and Mrs,
Judsnn Cullender.
The teachers and janitors of the pub
lic schools of tho borough received their
first month's salaries yesterday.
Miss May Brundage Is seriously 111
of typhoid fever.
A dime social will be held at the
Methodist Kplsuopal parsonage next
Wednesday evening, October 3. A fine
programme Imb been prepared, and
everybody Is Invited to come and spend
a pleasant evening.
WOMEN UP FOB MTJEDEH,
Mother and Daughter Arrested in
Lawrence County.
By Inclusive Wire from The Auoclated Pim.
Iionton, O,, Oct. 1. Deputy Sheriff
Payne, of this county, arrested Mr-.
VMza. Poole arid her duughter, Flor
ence Moore, for the murder of George
Noble, who wnn found murdered last
Sunday afternoon in his own yard.
Theso women nre of questlonablo
diameter, and when they were ur-j-pstecl
n seareh of tho house revealed
a revolver nnil a dress with some blood
Bpots on both of them,
.Soino men of vouku character who
weie seen nt the home of these women
the evening of the murder are also
un,der suspicion of hdng Implicated.
They are Known, and will be arrested
ionn, The women arrested have been
landed In the county jail io await a
hearing,
POLITICS CAUSES FATAL FIGHT.
Two Killed, One Seriously Wounded
at Port Tampa City, Fla,
liy Kirluslve Wire from The Associated Press.
Tampa, Fla Oct. J. Hope Harnett
and Kdward Stanford were killed In n
street duel at Port Tampa Pity last
night. Charles Harnett, u brother, was
shot and seriously wounded.
Stanford was on duty, at the i all
road station when the Harnetts came
there and a quarrel was started. Chas.
Harnett' slapped Stanford's face. Stan
ford fired, Inflicting a serious wound.
Stanford then shot Hope Harnett, who
staggered and fell, but raising himself
on his elbow, fired five shots at Stan
ford; four of them taking effect. Hope
died this morning. Charles Harnett Is
In a serious condition. A political feud
Is said to have been the cause of the
trouble.
HELP WANTED-FEMALE.
WANTKti-A COM'KTIIST Cllltfj POIt (ll'.NI'.tt.
at housework at 738 Webster avenue. Apply
802 Harrison avenue.
SITUATIONS WANTED
piuvnoTANTKivii fir.NTi.i:.
man ns porter, Janitor or private waller; let
crim'H. Addiess, Potter, Tribune ofllcc.
MTL'ATIUN V'ANTIIll-IIV YOUNtl IiADY I'.X-
pcriciucil in nlllce wuih, wants posllinn Im
mediately; good writer; would iiddrrs cnvi'lope,
etc., cllhei special wink or perniinent. Ail
(Ires. expiileiuil, 02.1 .Sunnier avenue, city.
RlTIiATfOX WANTIIn TO tit) OUT HV Till!
diy. and will toko washing home. Address
1029 I'ricv street.
VANTl'"t--TO WOllhTllV DAY Oil WKI'.K.
Addrrn, Kallc, rear l.TilO Providence road.
situation wnti:d-to o oi;t, tiii: i'ihmt
part of the week, washing nnd honing by the
dny; wnshlng nnd Ironing taken home also. Call
or nddtess, L. i ;;.l North Sumner avenue.
1'I.ack wanti:d-as child's nuiisk, Oil AT
light second work, by neat, spry nnd lelij
ble girl. Sleeping at homo preferred. Andicsi,
.1. M.. Tribune office, city.
WANTKD-Sli7,ND-IltONINfl TO 1)0 AT'
home by 'first class laundress. Call or ad
dress, Mis. A. M., 620 l'orest court, city.
WANTKD-WOliK AS LAUKDItl&S TOR MON'
dajs, or nny kind of work, hoiiseclenning nr
offices; can give best city references. Address
T. M 702 Him street.
WANTP.D - WASHLSa AND HtONINO Oil
cleaning; best reference. Address A. .1.,
General delivery. '
SITUATION WANTKD-llY MIDDLK AOl'.D OUST
of Integrity and strict attendance to busi
ness, with 10 jcurs experience in, brewery ac
counting, as bookkeeper, clerk or collector; best
references. Address T, 2D2 South street, Wilkes
Darro, Pa.
SITUATION 'WANTHD-By A OHiL 13 YIIA1W
old to do light housework or mind bahj.
Addicss 3.1'l Putnam street. North Did, city.
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING FOU CHILDnHN TO OUDF.U;
also ltdies' waists. Louise Shoemaker, 2K
Adams aevnue.
CITY SCAVENGER
A. D. r.nifiC CLEANS rillVY VAULTS AND
cess pooNilno odor. Impioved pumps list cl.
A. B. IlltUKJS. Proprietor. Leave orders 1100
North Main nvenue, or Licke's drug store, cor
ner Adams and Mulberry. Telephone M4U
LEGAL.
NOTICE-TUB ANNUAL MHI.TINO OF TUP.
members of The La. Law anna Store Associa
tion, Limltel, will be held at the otllce of the
association in the Citv of Scranton. Pa., on
Wednesday, October If, IC0O, at 10 o'clock a. m
for the election ot managers for the ensuing
year, and for the transaction of such other
business as may properly come before the meet,
ing. If. S. FAlliCHILD,
Scranton, Pa., Sept. 10, 11)00. Secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
Certified Public Accountant
KDWARD O. SPAULDINO, C. P. A., Z TIIAD
crs' Iljnk building.
Architects.
EDWAIiD If. DAVIS, AKOIHTKCT, CONNK1.L
building, Si ran ton.
FllKDKltlCK I, DKOWN, ARCHITECT, PRICE
building, 120 Washington avenue, Scranton,
Cabs and Carriages.
Runnnn tirhd cabs and carriages; best
of service. Prompt attention given oiders, by
'nhonc. 'Phones -072 and KH2. Joseph Kelley,
124 Linden.
Dentists.
DR. C. K. KlLENUElKir.H. PAUI.l UL'ILDINO,
Spiucc street, tfcrantnn.
DR. I. O. LYMAN. SCRANTON PltlVATF. 110S
pitai, corner Wjomiug and Mulbeiiy.
DR. C. C. LAUIIACI', US WYOMING AVENUE.
DR. II. V. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
Hotels and Restaurants.
TUP. ELK CAFE, 12'i AND 127 FRANKLIN AVI'
line. Rates icnsnnable.
P. ZEIGLE1I, Proprietor.
.-.OltANTON HOUSE. NEAR I)., L. & W. PAS
Henger depot. Conducted on the Kuiopeaii plan,
VICTOR KOCH, Proprietor.
Lawyers.
J. W, BROWNING, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL-lor-at-iuw.
Rooms 312-31:1 Mcars building,
D. B. HEPLOCILE, ATTOHNEY LOANS NEGO
tinted on leal estate seciuity. Meant building,
corner Washington aienuo and Spline stieet
FRANK E. BOYLE, AITORNKV AND COUNSEL,
lor-at-hiw. Burr building, Rooms 1.1 and 11,
Washington incline.
W1LLAI1D. WARREN fc KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and couiisellois-at-luw. Republican building,
Washington avenue.
JKSSUP & JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AD ( OUN-sellois-nt-law.
Commonwealth building, Rooms
10, .0 and 21.
JAMES W. OAKFOltl), ATTOIINEY.AT-LAW.
Rooms nil, SIS and All) Board of Trade build
ing. EDWAIID W. TIIAYI'.II, ATTORNEY.
KU-OOI, 0th llooi, Mcars building.
ROOMS
L. A. WATRIN. ATTOHNEY-AT.t.AW, HOARD
ot Tiadc building, Scranton, Pa,
C. R. PITCHER, ATIORNEY-ATLAW, BOAIIIi
of Trade hiilldiii,;, Scranton, P.i,
PATTEIISOV Si WII.COV, TRADERS' NATIONAL
Bank building.
C. COMEGYS, H 13 REPUBLICAN BUILMNCI.
A. W. ilTltTHOU ATIOIINEY, TlKARS nUJR,
Physicians nnd Surgeons.
lilt, W. K. ALLEN, Oil MMTH WASHINGTON'
avrnue.
DR. H. W. L'AMOHEAI'.Y, OFFICE f.T) W.S.
Ington avenue. ne-.ni(iicc, i.in Miiinciry.
(Tiionlo dleiaves, lungs, heart, Milne) g and
ncnllo-uiltiaiy organs a specialty, Hours, 1 to
p. m,
Schools.
SCHOOL 01' THE LACKAWANNA, SCRANTON,
pa, Couiso pieparatory to college, law, incdh
tine or business. Opens Sept, pith. Scud for
catalogue. Rev, Tlumus II ('ami, LL, 1),, prin
cipal nnd pioprlvloi; W, 11. Plumlcy, A, II.,
liejdmastc-r,
Seeds.
0. H. (LARK & CO.. SEEDSMEN AND NUItS.
erynien, stoic f.01 Washington avenue? green
liuiDM, iw.'ll North Main avenue; etvru tile
phone, 7t-'.
Wire Screens,
JOSEPH KUKTTKL, IIIIAK 511 LU'KAWANNA
UHiuu', Stuntoii, I'a., manufacturer of Who
Screens,
Miscellaneous.
BAUER'S OltCIIKSTIIA-MUSIO FOR BAI.fi),
picnics, parties receptions, weddings and con
cert work fuinUlied. Fur terms address II. J,
Bauer, conductor, 117 Wyoming avenue, over
Ilulbert'a tuuilo store. ,
MEOAUGKE BROS., PHINTHRS' SUPPLIES, UN.
vclepes, paper bags, fvvluc. Wauhouse, HO
Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE '
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
Sohedulo in Effect May 87, 1800.
Jtns leave Scranton!
o.4tJi ti. m.. week days, for Sunbury,
Hnrrlaburtr, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and for Pitte
burg and the West.
nm' week ,r, or Haaleton,
Pottsvillo, Reading, Norrlstown,
nnd Philadelphia) and for Sun
bury, Harrleburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitta
burg and the West.
8.18 p. m., week days, (Sundays
1.08 'p. m.,) for Sunbury, Harris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore.
Washington and Pittiburg and
the West. Por HaBleton, Potts-
a "" EHngr, &e, week days.
4.27 p. m., week days, for Sunbury
Hassleton, Pottsvllle, Harr,lsburg,
Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
,T. R. WOOD. flen. Pass. Agt.
t .1. I). HUTCHINSON, Gen. Mgr.
Delnwnre Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect June 10. 1D00.
Sonlh Leave Scranton far New York at l.M.
S.fK), r,.lo, 8.00 and 10.O.1 i. nt.. .M, 8.M !"
8.10 p. m. For Philadelphia at fi.40, 8.00 and
10.iV, a. r)M 12.6S and S.SS p.. in. For Stroudl
mirg nt 0.10 p. nt. Milk and accommodation at
Vi'-I'- "' Arrive at Iloboken at 0.6ft, 7.18,
10.M n. m.; 12.0s. 2.47, 4.48, 7.19 and P.S p. m.
Arrive nt Phllndelphla nt 10.00 a. m.; 1.00, 3.18,
0.00 nnd S.W ii. ,n. Arricn (mm New York at
1.01. 4.00 and 10.20 a. m.; 1.00. 1.S2. S., 8.45
and 11,30 p. m, From Strowdshurg at S.05 a. m.
North i,omp Scranton for Buffalo and inter-
1 p. m. for
ton at 4.00 and 0.11 p. m. For Blnghnmton, m.zo
ami s,:,o p. ,, Arrive In Srranton from" Buffalo
. ....o, y..ui, .,..v, nnd 10.00 a. in. ; a. nu ""
In "J- F.ro1" Oswego and Syracuse nt 2.51. a. M.
12.- nnd 8.0U p. m. Kroni Utlea at 2.S5 n. m.l
12.18 nnd ..10 p m. Prom Nicholson nt U.B0 a.
..'' '" 'or Pit month at l.tw. :i.40, b.bs ana
.......p.m. FiirtNantii-oke at 8.10 a. m. Arrive
flt Nnpft......!. , -i n .. ..... ,n k nn .,
q j- ,nuI r,nn(i at u.;i. n. 111., 1.1", t.W MllU
P. In. Arrive at Nnntlcoke at 0.10 a. m.
Yann at ''I.vinouth nt 2.00, 4..12, 0.60 p. m. and
...I "; m Arrlve ot Si-rnnton from Northum
berland nl n.42 . m,j 12.S, 4.G0 and 8.45 p.
ni" I'r.0,n Xantlenlip nt 11.00 n. m. From
' l.imoutli at 7..V) a. m.PP. f-v nd n-10 P- m-
,, . SUNDVY'TJimS.
South Leave Kernnton 1.4OM.0O, 5.40, 10.05 a.
v ;i11, '", '"' s-'o i'- '"
""h Leave Scranton at 1.10, 4.10 a. m.; 1.65,
Illoomsburs Div Won Leave Scranton at 10.03
a- m. and B r,0 p. ni.
Delaware and Hudson.
In r.rTeet June 13th; 1000.
Trains for Carbonil.lo le.se Scranton at 0.20,
7.M. 8.M. 10.13 a. ni.; 12.00, 1.211, 2.20, .1.52, 5.2J,
0.25, 7.57, 0.1V 11. If! p. m.; 1.10 a. m.
For Ilonesdalc nnd Lake Lodore fl.20, 10.13 a.
m.; 2.20 nrd r..2.r p. m.
Tor Wllkes.Barre-0.41, 7.4S, 8.43, 0.3", 10.41 a.
m.; 12.01, 1,21, 2.18, 3 .), 4.27, 0.10, 7.4S, 10.11,
11.30 p. m.
Tor L. V. Tt. R. points-0.41! a. m.; 12.03, 2.18,
S.31 nnd 11.30 p. m.
I'or Pennsvlvanla It. It. points 0 43, 9.38 a.
m.; 2.1S and 4,27 p. in.
Tor Allinnv and nil points north 0.20 a. rn.
and 3.52 p. ",n.
SUNDAY TRAIN'S.
Tor Carbondale 7.20, 0.00, 11.33 a. m.; IM,
3.52, fi.47. 10.52 p. ni. .
I'or Wilkes-Barre 9.38 a. m.; 12.01, 1.68, 3.ZS.
4,42, 8.27, 8.27 p. 111.
I'or Albany nnd points norlh-rS.52 p. m.
For Honesdale and Lake Lodore 9.00, 11.33 a.
in. and 3.62 p. m. '
Lowest rates to all points in United State ad
J.W. nilMDICK. G. P. A., Albany, N. T.
11. W. CI10SS, D. P. A.. Scranton. Pa.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In meet May 27. 1900.
Trains Leave Scranton.
Tor Philadelphia and New York via D. & H.
H. 11., at 0.45 n. in. nnd 12.03, 2.18, 4.27 (BlacH
Diamond Uxpress), nnd 11.80 p. rn. Sundays, D.
& II. 11. II.. 1.BS, 7.48 p. m. ...
For Whito Haven, Hazleton and principal
pointl In the coal regions, Ala D. & II. H. B-,
0.43. 2.18 and 4.27 p. in. For Pottsvllle, 0.45,
2.1S p. in.
For Bethlehem, Kaston, Heading, Hnrrlsburg
nnd principal Intermediate statlonn via D. H.
It B., 0.45 n. m.; 12.03, 2.18, 4.27 (Black Dia
mond Express), 11.30 p. ni. Sundays, D. A H.
It. It., 1.5S, 7,48 p. ni.
For Tunkliannork, Towanda F.lmlra, Ithaca,
Oeneva and principal inlermedlate stations, l
D, L. & W. It. It., 8.08 a. m.; 1.0J and 3.3S
For Geneva, Rochester. Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Chicago, and all points west, via D. k II. It. B.,
12.03, 3.33 (Black Diamond Expreas), 7.48, 10.41,
11.30 p. m. Sundays, D. k II. R. B., 12.03 p.
Pullman 'pail'or nnd sleeping or Lehigh Valley
pnilor enrs on all trains between Wllkosr-Barre
and New York. Philadelphia, Buffalo and Sin
pension Bridge.
ltOLLIN II. WH.nillt, Gen. Snpt., 29 Cortland
street. New York. ., .
CHARLES S. Li:K. Gen. Pass1. Agt., 20 Cortland
street. New Yoik.
A. W. NONNT.MACIir.n, Div. Pass. Agt., South
Bethlehem, Pa. . ,
For tickets nnd Pullman reservations ajmly 300
Lackawanna avenue, Scianton, Pa.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Stations in New Yolk Font of Liberty atrriet, '
N. B.. nnd South Perry.
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insuring
cleanliness nnd comfort.
TIMB TABU'. IN KFFROT MAY 29, 1000.
Tialns leave Scranton for New York, Newark,
ril7abeth. Philadelpliia, JJaston, Bethlehem, AI
li'iilown. Mauch Chunk and White Haven, at 8..-.0
a. rn.: express, 1.20; express, 4 00 p. in. Sun
days. 2.13 p. m.
lor Plttston and Wilkes-Barre, 8.30 a. m.; 1.20
and 4.00 p. in. Sundays 2.13 p. m.
For Mountain Park. tJ.30 a, m., 1.20 and 4.00
p. i. Sundajs, 2.15 p. in.
Pot Baltimore and VUslnnglon. and points
South and West via Bethlehem, S.H0 a. m., 1.20
u. in, Sundajs, 2.15 p. m.
For Long Branch. Ocean drove, etc., at 8.S0
a. m. and 1.20 p. m.
For Bending, Lebanon nnd lUrrishiirg, via Al
lenlmvii, 3.30 u. in. and 1,20 p. in. Sundajs,
" 15 ii. m.
" Urn Pottsvllle, S30 a. m 1.20 p. m.
Tluriugh tickets tn all points east, south and
west at lowest rnlrs nt the "lallon.
.1. II. OlIl.HAUSKN. Oen. Supt.
II. P. BM.DWIN, Oen. Pass. Agt.
New York.Ontnrio and Western R.R.
TIMi: TABI.U IV llFFEOT SUNDAY, JUNE 24,
Noith Bound Trnl n.i.
T.eaio Leave
Scian- C'nrlion
Arrlva
fadosla,
1.03 p. ni.
5.45 p, in,
'I mill
201 .,
ton. date,
,10.10 a.m.. 11,20,1.111,
, 3.43 p. in. 4.31 p. in,
201
n7 0.00 p. in. Arrive Carbondale, 0.40 p. m,
- South Hound Tialns,
Leave
Leave
Cadola.
Cathondah',
7.00 a. m,
10 02 a. m.
3 31 p. in.
Scranton.
7,40 a, ni.
10.43 a. in,
4.20 p, in.
201
01
you
,, S 10 a, m,
, 2,0.1 p. in.
.SUNDAYS ONLY,
North Pound.
Leave Leave
Sc ran- Carbon- Arrlva
to.n. dale, Cailoidit,
,,8 30 a. in. 9.10 a. in. 10.43 a. in,
7,00 p. ni.Arrlve C'mbondale, 7.45 p. m.
South Hound.
Leave Leave
Cadosla, Caibondale, Scranton.
7.0Oa. in. 7.40a.m.
205
2UU
4.30 p. 111. 5.54 p, in. 0..15 p.m
Train So. 201 makes roniiecllon for point
orth and P&11' oa Mal11 ,',"' st f'!1.
Tialns Nos. 20. and 20$ make Main Lin con
licet ons nn nunuujr, ,..,,.,
For further liifnrmalion. ronmilt ticket igenta
1 () ANDERSON, (len. Pass, Agt,, New York.
,L 1!. WELSH. Traveling Passenger Agent. Scran.
ten.
Erie aud Wyoming Valley
Time Table In Plfcct ?ptrmyer 17IOOO.
Trains for Havvley nnd local points, connect,
lug at jlawlev with Erin railroad for New York,
Kcvvlnir.il nnd Intermedhte points, leava Scran'
ton at 7.03 . m. "! 2.23 p. m.
Trains arrivo at Scranton at 10.30 a. m. tni
0.10 p. in.
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